The Mountie is a 2011 Canadian Western film directed by S. Wyeth Clarkson, co-written by Clarkson, Charles Johnston, and Grant Sauvé. Though drawing on elements of Canadian northern genre fiction, the film was pitched as a neo-spaghetti Western by Clarkson to its star, Andrew Walker. Walker plays a disgraced North-West Mounted Police officer dispatched in 1894 to survey the Yukon for a new garrison, where he encounters a small group of Russian settlers in a town in desperate need of law and order. The cast includes Earl Pastko as Olaf, a Russian Orthodox priest of dubious character, Jessica Paré as Amethyst, Olaf's scarred daughter, as well as George Buza, Tony Munch, Matthew G. Taylor, and John Wildman.
|Andrew W. Walker||Wade Grayling|
|John Wildman||Robert Johnson|
|Matthew G. Taylor||Nikolai|
|Dean Travis Williams||Damoslav|
|Buck Smarch||NWMP Rider 1|
|Richard Beauchamp||NWMP Rider 2|
|Ada H. Chan||Chinese Woman|